August 22, 2018
In the previous section I of IV, we explore how a gravitational field is established. In that section, a down-to-earth experiment reveals to us that the appearance of a gravitational field is a natural response of a high pressure fluid called Aether (picking up this term after the ancient Greeks). When the Aether is displaced by any material tangible to us in the universe, its high pressure has a tendency to return the displaced portion back to the space that has been invaded. It is this tendency that brings out the appearance of a gravitational field. Wherever it appears, such a field must demonstrate a quality of isotropic infinity. No more than natural, such a quality of infinity would incite us to have the gravitational field compared with other commonly found fields, such as electrical field and magnetic field.